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Linda Stuckenbroker

Executive Director

Farm Service Agency

HQ Phone:  (202) 690-1164

Email: l***@***.gov

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Farm Service Agency

1400 Independence Ave. Rm. 3086 S.

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20250

United States

Company Description

The Farm Service Agency serves farmers, ranchers, and agricultural partners through the delivery of effective, efficient agricultural programs and is dedicated to achieving an economically and environmentally sound future for American Agriculture. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director

Cottonwood County Farm Service Agency


FSA


Web References(4 Total References)


www.mtlakenews.com

Watonwan County USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Executive Director Linda Stuckenbroker, reminds farmers and landowners that local Farm Service Agency (FSA) county committee nominations began on Wednesday, June 15.


www.minnesotafarmguide.com [cached]

According to Linda Stuckenbroker, executive director of the Farm Service Agency in Watonwan County, landowners received a RIM payment upfront as well as signup incentives for establishing conservation practices on their land.CRP payments under the CREP program run for the first 15 years of the contract.While those payments are based on a number of factors, annual CRP payments in the Blue Earth River Basin average about ,110-145/acre, said Stuckenbroker."The majority of the marginal land being sold right now is CREP land," said Stuckenbroker.


mnascoe.org

Left to Right:Â Linda Stuckenbroker, Trish Nelson, Kris Fast,
Linda Stuckenbroker, CED- I have been with FSA since June 1980 and worked in Pipestone, Norman, Watonwan, and Cottonwood County.


www.windomnews.com [cached]

"I was really satisfied and, actually, pleasantly surprised with the enrollment and the whole process and the fact that we got so many acres into the program," said Linda Stuckenbroker, Cottonwood County Farm Service Agency director.Stuckenbroker said the vast majority of Cottonwood County's CRP acres went to Southbrook and Great Bend Townships.She noted that those areas have some of the county's sandier soils.The latest CRP acres were added under the 26th General Sign-up held between May 5 and June 13 of this year.Stuckenbroker said there will be one more general Sign-up for CRP before 2007."Previously they said there would not be another general Sign-up for the Farm Bill," Stuckenbroker said.Stuckenbroker said all offers were ranked on the same basis and offers with an EBI of at least 269 points were considered acceptable for enrollment.The average environmental benefits score of this signup nationwide is 302."These were definitely some acres that were less productive," Stuckenbroker said.


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